DML Morning Briefing, Nov. 7
By Ryan Lynch

Today is November 7. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this morning. I hope you share this briefing as doing so will make you the smartest person in the room.

1.Political experts issue midterm election predictions, most conclude GOP will take House and Senate is toss-up
FoxNewsVoters are gearing up to head to the polls on Tuesday and participate in the most contentious political showdown of the year – the 2022 midterm elections. While several political insiders are divided over who will take control of the Senate and the House, others believe Republicans will take majority in both chambers.

Political insiders from both sides of the aisle provided Fox News Digital with their predictions ahead of Election Day as residents in states around the country, both Republican and Democrat, finalize their decisions on who they believe will best serve their interests in Congress.

The Senate remains a toss-up. Fox News’ Power Rankings show 47 seats going to the Democrats and 49 to the Republicans, leaving four crucial toss-up races to decide control of the Senate: Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and Pennsylvania.

The Fox News Power Rankings forecast expects Republicans to take control of the House with a 19-seat majority, or 236 total seats. That is a gain of 23 seats compared to the number they hold in Congress today.

Ryan Lynch: Our country is suffocating under the Democrats. I don’t think the senate will be a toss up. My prediction is independents will come out voting Republican on Tuesday; Red Wave!

2.Florida residents still recovering from Hurricane Ian are asked to prepare for possible tropical system later this week
CNNFlorida officials are warning residents, including those recently hit by the destructive Hurricane Ian, that a tropical system could bring heavy rain and damaging winds this week.

The warning comes as Subtropical Storm Nicole has formed in the southwest Atlantic about 555 miles east of northwestern Bahamas, according to the National Hurricane Center. The storm, now packing winds of 45 mph with higher gusts, is expected to begin impacting Florida by Tuesday evening.

Already, the US territories of Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands are under a flash flood watch through Monday afternoon, and tropical storm watches are in effect for northwest Bahamas.

Ryan Lynch: I went with my dad to Fort Myers after Hurricane Ian to help those affected. The destruction was immense. If you live in Florida please be prepared for the storm, anything can happen and its always good to be prepared for these situations.

3.EU says it has serious concerns about Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act
CNBCThe European Union has “serious concerns” about the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act, saying it breaches international trade rules, according to an official document seen by CNBC.

The sweeping tax, health and climate bill was approved by U.S. lawmakers back in August and includes a record $369 billion in spending on climate and energy policies. The landmark package comprises tax credits for electric cars made in North America and supports U.S. battery supply chains.

European officials have acknowledged the green ambitions associated with the package, but they are worried about “the way that the financial incentives under the Act are designed,” the document, which will be presented to U.S. officials, says. The EU listed nine of the tax credit provisions that it has an issue with.

This is not the first time that Europe has voiced its concerns over the policy. The EU’s competition chief, Margrethe Vestager, said last month that “as a matter of principle, you should not put this up against friends,” as reported by the Financial Times.

Ryan Lynch: Biden’s “Inflation Reduction Act” is just a massive bill with the sole purpose to mass fund political driven policies like green energy. The bill hasn’t brought down the cost of goods but has instead increased prices for both the United States and our European allies.

4.Biden says there will be ‘no more drilling’ as he almost falls off stage at NY rally for Gov Hochul – just a day after he was blasted by key Democrat Manchin for ‘ignoring severe economic pain’ with vow to close coal plants
DailyMailJoe Biden said during an event in New York Sunday there would be ‘no more drilling’ in the U.S. one day after Joe Manchin blasted him for vowing to close coal plants – while the president nearly took a spill on stage.

The president could be heard at one point telling someone in the crowd ‘No more drilling. There is no more drilling. I haven’t formed any new drilling. No.’

On Friday, Biden claimed during an event in California that the U.S. will shut down coal mines in favor of wind and solar plants. As the White House backtracked and claimed Biden’s words were ‘twisted,’ the West Virginia Democrat Senator Manchin said Saturday Biden’s claims are the reason ‘the American people are losing trust in President Biden.’

Ryan Lynch: Our country went from energy independent to begging the Middle East for more oil drilling. If Biden was smart he would increase domestic drilling to reduce our energy costs at home and become the lead exporter of oil to Europe. But the only problem, Biden isn’t smart and neither are his handlers.

5.Chris Pratt endorses billionaire Rick Caruso for LA mayor after seeing city’s ‘decline’ into ‘utter disarray’
FoxNewsChris Pratt backed a political candidate Sunday ahead of midterm elections and gave his support to billionaire Rick Caruso in the Los Angeles race for mayor.

Pratt, 43, took to Instagram stories where he virtually stumped for Caruso, a former president of the Los Angeles Police Commission.

Caruso also served as a commissioner for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power under Mayor Tom Bradley in 1985.

“I’ve lived in LA for over 20 years. It’s been great to me. In that time I’ve seen what many residents here have seen, the city’s gradual decline into pain and utter disarray,” Pratt wrote online. “If you live here, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

Ryan Lynch: Christ Pratt is one of the few actors in Hollywood who thinks for himself and speaks freely. Actors rather move out of California and make up some fake excuse as to why. Im happy Chris Pratt publicly stated the obvious.

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